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Hi Guys,

Is there any settings for the J2EE or WebAS server for accessing folders? I have problem displaying files like jpg and text files for my web dynpro application. I have check my programs over and over again and do not see any errors. I have already checked with the development thread regarding this problem, but can't find the solution.

The problem will only show when I run my application. The problem is that the files like images can't be shown. I suspect that there is a settings somewhere that needs to be enable. Thanks.

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 01:38 PM

    Hi,

    There is no such a settings, each web dynpro project has it own resource folder where all the resources includnig images are stored.

    For the WD project named TestWD the images should be stored in the following path:

    TestWD\src\mimes\Components\<Your component name>

    This is a path on your local development machine, when you build and deploy your project on the WAS the images is deployed in the server to the follwoing path:

    usr\sap\<SID>\<INS>\j2ee\cluster\server0

    \temp\webdynpro\web\local\<ProjName>\Components\<CompName>

    Hope it helps.

    Victor.

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